Council unanimously approves City’s 2023 budget Last week Council unanimously passed the 2023 Budget, which prioritizes affordable housing and protection for those most at risk in our community, greater equity, inclusion and diversity, reliable and affordable public...
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Bus Route Town Hall
Please attend our in person town-hall meeting with OC Transpo staff to hear your worries and ideas for improving bus routes in Ottawa.
ByWard Market Business Town Hall
This document provides a general overview of questions asked during the March 28th ByWard Market Business Town Hall.
FAQ Bernard Grandmaître Physical Distancing Centre
The City will be transitioning the temporary Heron Road Physical Distancing Centre (PDC) to the Bernard Grandmaître Arena in April 2023 to support the continued need for additional community shelter space for single men. The Bernard Grandmaître PDC is intended to be...
Kids play for free
Beginning April 15, children and youth can participate in free drop-in activities including gym sports, swimming, museums and skating.
Important Environmental/ Health Protection Information (Vanier)
Planning a garden in Vanier? Look at these maps first.
Transit Use Survey
Attention transit riders! This survey is now closed. Please stay tuned for OC Transpo's own survey and more information about public consultations! OCTranspo is planning to make some changes to their bus routes in the fall. This is an opportunity for you to have a say...
Concentrated Sweeping Operations
On April 3, 2023, City of Ottawa crews will begin their annual concentrated sweeping of streets and sidewalks. Operations will be taking place during daytime hours. The City is reminding residents to provide working vehicles extra space during operations and to remain...
Easter Weekend Schedule Changes
The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents of the following schedule changes and impacts to City services for the Easter holiday from Friday, April 7 to Monday, April 10. Client Service Centres The City’s 3-1-1 Contact Centre will be open for urgent matters...
A rallying cry for Lowertown
Sylvie Bigras has lived in Lowertown for decades, and seen it gradually turn into ground zero for the social services no other city neighbourhood wants. The problem is getting worse, and she believes services must be decentralized, or Ottawa’s oldest neighbourhood will turn into a ghetto.